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Today’s(January 29, 2022) Important News Headlines

Today’s(January 29, 2022) Important News Headlines

In this daily series, we bring the Daily Important News Articles for UPSC Current Affairs(Prelims & Mains) Preparation, to make reading newspapers a simple, effective and time-saving task. We cover important articles for the GS paper of UPSC prelims along with four general studies papers (GS I, GS II, GS III and GS IV) as per the UPSC Mains syllabus.


The Hindu



GS 2 1 SC quashes a year’s suspension of 12 Maharashtra BJP MLAs The thin majority government (coalition government) of the day often try to manipulate the numbers of the Opposition party in the House in an undemocratic manner. Discuss
GS 2 & GS 3 1 Willing to talk to Pakistan on pilgrim flights: India 1974 joint protocol between India & Pakistan on religious pilgrimages.
GS 2 1 States must decide on SC/ST quota in promotions: court Jarnail Singh and M. Nagaraj cases
GS 2 & GS 3 1 Intranasal booster trials get DCGI nod 1. Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI)

2. Chimpanzee adenovirus vectored COVID-19 vaccine (BBV154)

GS 1 & GS 2 5 Crime, communal card strike discordant note in musical Kairana  1. Kirana gharana
2. Abdul Karim Khan
GS 2 & GS 4 6 Graft talk and the top court’s inexplicable silence Q. ”Corruption is as old as society. Corruption has become an acceptable way of life and judges don’t fall from heaven.” Elaborate.
GS 2 6 To the poll booth, with no donor knowledge Q. To induce the Government of the day by contributing money to the political funds of political parties is to adopt the most sinister principle fraught with grave dangers to commercial as well as public standards of administration. Discuss.
GS 2  6 At the Centre 1. India-Central Asia virtual summit
2. TAPI gas pipeline plans (Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India),
GS 2 8 Engage in debates in the House, not in ridiculing each other: SC Q. ”Elected members are expected to show statesmanship and not brinkmanship.” Elaborate.
GS 2 & GS 3 11 Study raises concerns on NeoCov 1. NeoCov
2. Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)
GS 2 12 RBI’s accommodative approach has served country well: Patra 1. Emerging Market Economies (EMEs)
2. Advanced Economies (AEs)

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